B I O G R A P H Y
” Rozenn Leboucher travels the world using a particular photographic style that is both social and documentary: she calls it ethno-photography.
While catching the expression of the peoples she met in their native environment, Rozenn became fascinated with the variety of their cultures. Since 1999, she thus attempted to emphasize the originality of traditional and typical festivals of the fast disappearing tribes.
Rozenn’s photographs bear witness to this astonishing cultural heritage. She is paying a tribute to traditions and peoples from the five continents.
Through her ETHNOCOLOR project, she wants to increase the public knowledge of her subjects, who feel very strongly about their ancestral customs.”
2013 to 2015 – Juror member of the “Humanity Photo Award” in partnership with Unesco
2011 – Grand award winner – ‘rites & traditions’ category – ” Humanity Photo Awards “, in partnership with Unesco, based on the themes of cultural heritage: us & customs. Subject: Funeral in Togo
2009 – Grand award winner – ‘rites & traditions’ category – ” Humanity Photo Awards “, in partnership with Unesco, based on the themes of cultural heritage: us & customs. Subject: Returning of the bones – Madagascar
2007 – “Wanderlust Professional travel Photo of the year” – British magazin. Subject: Papuan Culture
2001 – Overall winner of the ” Fujifilm Student Photo Awards”, as well as documentary first prize on the theme of London culture. Subject: Insertion of foreigners in London